In Case You Missed It (20/11/2016)

Every weekend Already Heard gives you a run down of what you have missed in the music world in the past seven days. In Case You Missed It is your go to source to find out all the latest tour news and music and video releases.

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New Music

Albums/EPs
Metallica – Hardwired…To Self-Destruct
Tyler Daniel Bean – On Days Soon To Pass
Cavalcades – One Down for Youth’s Ideals


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Songs
Pale Angels – Taped
Meat Wave – The Incessant
Senses Fail – Lost and Found (Acoustic)
Vukovi – La Di Da
Woes – Winter Sun
Natives – Passion
Enemies – Glow (feat. Louise Gaffney)
MELT – Rewind
Avalanche Party – Solid Gold
Verse Metrics – This Is Your Captain Speaking
Black Star Riders – When The Night Comes In
Thieves – Fade
Pas De Chance – The Ocean
OvO – Eternal Freak
OhBoy! – Hey Princess

New Videos

Jimmy Eat World – Sure and Certain
The Menzingers – Bad Catholics
Pulled Apart By Horses – The Big What If
PUP – Sleep In The Heat
Descendents – On Paper
LITE – D
Can’t Swim – Stranger
Landscapes – Escapist
DevilDriver – Trust No One
A Loss For Words – Existential Crisis at the Cask ‘n Flagon
ONE OK ROCK – Bedroom Warfare
ONE OK ROCK – Taking Off
blanket – Starlight Filled Our Minds
Owel – Paper Hands
Saviour – Pressure And Composure
Brutai – Never Change
Cloak & Dagger – Snowfall
The Bottom Line – Pull Me Out
Beans on Toast – We Made it to the Waterfall
High Hopes – Vanguard
Dayshell – Low Light
All Them Witches – Bruce Lee
Dead Frequency – Nobody’s Listening
This Burning Age – Tatterdemalion

Tour News

Bury Tomorrow have announced their first UK headline tour in over two years. They will be joined by Crossfaith.

April
14 O2 Institute, Birmingham
15 O2 Ritz, Manchester
16 Garage, Glasgow
17 Riverside, Newcastle
19 Stylus, Leeds
20 Rock City, Nottingham
21 Yplas, Cardiff
22 O2 Forum, London

Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes will be back out touring the UK in March.

March
16 Norwich Waterfront, Norwich
17 Academy 2, Manchester
18 Riverside, Newcastle
19 St Lukes, Glasgow
21 Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast
22 Academy 2, Dublin
24 Stylus, Leeds
25 Asylum, Birmingham
26 Globe, Cardiff
27 Phoenix, Exeter
29 Wedgewood Rooms, Portsmouth
30 Koko, London

Anthrax will return to the UK in February for a headline tour, which will see them perform their 1987 album ‘Among The Living’ in its entirety alongside fan favourites. They’ll be joined by The Raven Age.

February
Thursday 9th O2 Institute, Birmingham
Friday 10th O2 Forum Kentish Town, London
Saturday 11th O2 Academy, Bristol
Monday 13th Rock City, Nottingham
Tuesday 14th Academy, Manchester
Wednesday 15th Barrowlands, Glasgow
Thursday 16th Northumbria University, Newcastle
Friday 17th UEA, Norwich

While She Sleeps will play two shows at The Dome Tufnell Park in London on April 22nd and 23rd.

Russian Circles and Cloakroom will tour the UK together in March.

March
18 The Haunt, Brighton
19 The Marble Factory, Bristol
20 Gorilla, Manchster
22 Whelans, Dublin
23 Empire Music Hall, Belfast
24 Stereo, Glasgow
25 O2 Institute2, Birmingham
26 Heaven, London

Tigercub, Two Glass Eyes, Employed To Serve, and Bad Sign will support Black Peaks on select dates of their tour of the UK and Ireland in the new year.

January
24 The Bullingdon, Oxford (w/ Tigercub, Employed To Serve)
25 Sound Circus, Bournemouth (w/ Tigercub, Employed To Serve)
26 The Dome, London (w/ Tigercub, Employed To Serve)
28 Limelight, Belfast (w/ Tigercub, Two Glass Eyes)
29 The Workmans Club, Dublin (w/ Tigercub, Two Glass Eyes)
30 King Tut’s, Glasgow (w/ Tigercub, Employed To Serve)
31 The Cluny, Newcastle (w/ Tigercub, Employed To Serve)
February
01 Ruby Lounge, Manchester (w/ Tigercub, Employed To Serve)
02 Rock City Basement, Nottingham (w/ Tigercub, Employed To Serve)
03 Moles, Bath (w/ Employed To Serve, Bad Sign)
04 Firebug, Leicester (w/ Employed To Serve, Bad Sign)
05 O2 Academy 3, Birmingham (w/ Employed To Serve, Bad Sign)

Attila will bring ‘Chaos’ to the UK in April.

April
Sat 1st Garage, Glasgow
Sun 2nd Key Club, Leeds
Mon 3rd Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
Tue 4th O2 Academy 2, Birmingham
Wed 5th Marble Factory, Bristol
Thu 6th Academy 2, Manchester
Fri 7th Electric Ballroom, London
Sun 9th Engine Rooms, Southampton

Transatlantic punks Pale Angels will follow-up the release of ‘Dreaming Blues’ wiht a UK tour.

December
Tue 13th The Stag & Hounds, Bristol
Wed 14th Mozart’s, Swansea
Thu 15th The Lughole, Sheffield
Fri 16th Pop Recs Ltd, Sunderland
Sat 17th 13th Note, Glasgow (Early Show)
Sat 17th Conroy’s Basement, Dundee
Sun 18th Banshee Labyrinth, Edinburgh
Mon 19th Santiagos, Leeds
Tue 20th The Quadrant, Brighton
Mon 21st The Shacklewell Arms, London

Annisokay will be going out on their debut headline tour in March. They will be joined by Griever.

March
01 The Flapper, Birmingham
02 O2 Islington Academy 2, London
03 The Joiners, Southampton
04 Fuel Bar, Cardiff

FALLS have pulled out of their forthcoming UK tour dates due to lead vocalist Martin Gallagher being hospitalised.

In The News

New Found Glory have completed work on their new album.

Less Than Jake have joined Pure Noise Records.

Frank Turner will be releasing a new documentary film called ‘Get Better: A Film About Frank Turner’. It captures 12 months in the life of Turner and his band The Sleeping Souls. The film will be launched with a special one-night-only event at Leicester Square, London on December 13th, which will include a live set from Turner and a Q&A and will be streamed online live.

Senses Fail will celebrate their 15th anniversary with the release of an acoustic EP. ‘In Your Absence’ will be released through Pure Noise Records on March 3rd.

1. Jets to Peru
2. In Your Absence
3. Death Be
4. Family Tradition
5. Lost and Found

Kier Kemp, former co-vocalist and guitarist of FVK (Fearless Vampire Killers), has annouced his new project, Inklings.

Chicago’s Meat Wave have joined Big Scary Monsters in the UK.

As Lions have confirmed their debut album will be titled ‘Selfish Age’ and will be released on January 20 via Better Noise Records.

1. Aftermath
2. The Suffering
3. Bury My Dead
4. Deathless
5. Selfish Age
6. White Flags
7. Pieces
8. World On Fire
9. One By One
10. The Fall
11. The Great Escape

Japanese rockers One Ok Rock will release their first English-language album, ‘Ambitions’, on January 13th via Fueled By Ramen/A-Sketch.

1. Ambitions – Introduction
2. Bombs Away
3. Taking Off
4. We are
5. Jaded (Feat. Alex Gaskarth)
6. Hard To Love
7. Bedroom Warfare
8. American Girls
9. I was King
10. Listen
11. One Way Ticket
12. Bon Voyage
13. Start Again
14. Take What You Want (featuring 5 Seconds of Summer)

A Loss For Words will release their final album, ‘Crises’, through Rise Records on December 27th.

1. Existential Crisis at the Cask ‘n Flagon
2. I Feel an Army in my Fist feat. Andrew Neufeld
3. Lucida feat. Jason Vena
4. Bitter Broken People feat. Andy Bristol
5. Boston’s Wayward Son (Exit 16B)
6. Oh Fractal Heart
7. In Your Company
8. Lyme Regis feat. Sam Little
9. Georg Cantor
10. SoCal feat. Ryan Scott Graham

Old Gray will return on December 9th with the release of ‘slow burn’ through vocalist/guitarist Cameron Boucher’s new label, Flower Girl Records in the US and Dog Knights Productions in the UK/EU.

Perth sextet Saviour have announced their new album ‘Let Me Leave’, will be released through UNFD on January 13th.

1. April
2. All I Am Is You
3. The Quiet Calm
4. Pressure And Composure
5. The Cool Calm
6. Forget Me
7. Like This
8. The Low In Hello
9. Wildfire
10. Little Birds

Wear Your Wonds, the lo-fi solo recordings by Converge founder Jacob Bannon, will be released on April 7th via Deathwish.

The Bottom Line will release their new EP, ‘I Still Hate You’ on Janaury 12th.

7-piece folk-punk powerhouse Steady Hands have confirmed the release of ‘Rude Boys Of Bar Rock’.
The double LP containing all of their past material pressed to vinyl for the very first time, will be released on December 9th via Lame-O Records.

1. Under The Rug
2. I Swear Like A Sailor
3. Footsteps
4. The Libertines
5. Song For Rosemary
6. Brandy Of The Damned
7. Pretty Good Year
8. Fragile Heart
9. Southern Dream
10. We Will Rise
11. Skin and Bones
12.Tropical Depression
13. Grace
14. Won’t Let You Go
15. You Don’t Know
16. House Show
17. Warren
18. Michael Jordan
19. Basements
20. Perfect Teeth

blanket are due to release their debut album ‘Our Brief Encounters’ on 10th February.

Nashville-based psych-rock quartet All Them Witches will return with their new album, ‘Sleeping Through The War’ via New West Records on February 24th, 2017.

1. Bulls
2. Don’t Bring Me Coffee
3. Bruce Lee
4. 3-5-7
5. Am I Going Up
6. Alabaster
7. Cowboy Kirk
8. Internet

Black Star Riders will release their third album, ‘Heavy Fire’ on February 3rd via Nuclear Blast.

1. Heavy Fire
2. When The Night Comes In
3. Dancing With The Wrong Girl
4. Who Rides The Tiger
5. Cold War Love
6. Testify Or Say Goodbye
7. Thinking About You Could Get Me Killed
8. True Blue Kid
9. Ticket To Rise
10. Letting Go Of Me

Group of Men have announced their sophomore EP. ‘World Peace Champions’ will be released through Cult Culture/Holy Roar Records on Janaury 20th.

1. A Weird Place
2. That Animal Mask
3. Aftercare
4. 1980’s Horror Movie Soundtracks
5. W.P.C

Bristol post-punks IDLES will release their debut album, ‘Brutalism’ on March 10th.

US alt-rockers Dommin have announced they will release ‘Beautiful Crutch’ via DNRecords on December 22nd.

1. Desire
2. Show Me
3. The Scene
4. This World
5. Beautiful Crutch
6. I Die
7. Vulnerable
8. The Flame
9. Madly
10. The Saddest Dream
11. Outer Space

Festival News

Strike Anywhere will return to the UK for the first time in over 6 years when they play the Manchester Punk Festival.

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